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No CWS 3.0 next week

|November 18th, 2020|

Your next issue of Contingent Workforce Strategies 3.0 will be delivered Dec. 2 due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

SIA announces 2020 Staffing 100 Europe, introduces Hall of Fame

|November 11th, 2020|

Meet 100 influencers of the European staffing industry — people who have helped the workforce solutions ecosystem face a global pandemic and a climate of intense uncertainty.

Looking to shape up your supplier pool? Identify suppliers via SIA lists

|November 4th, 2020|

As programs explore altering their supplier pipelines, they can look to Staffing Industry Analysts’ reports to identify firms that can be a fit for their needs, such as the Largest US Staffing Firms list, released recently.

Temp workers and Covid-19 liability

|October 28th, 2020|

Some states adopt different approaches to workers’ compensation coverage issues as they apply to Covid-19. As co-employers, buyers are shielded from further liability when workers’ comp applies.

DOL receives 1,500 comments on IC rule

|October 28th, 2020|

The DOL received more than 1,500 comments from individuals and organizations about its proposed independent contractor classification rule, JD Supra reports.

CEOs more confident, say talent shortage eases amid Covid

|October 21st, 2020|

Citing eased talent shortages amid the pandemic, CEOs are more upbeat than earlier this year in the Conference Board's Measure of CEO Confidence, the SIA Global Daily News reports.

Change across the board

|October 21st, 2020|

A healthcare staffing executive makes the case for greater diversity on corporate boards amid the activism for change that has blossomed throughout society this year.

IC classification cases: Uber/Lyft, Postmates, gentlemen’s club

|October 14th, 2020|

Judges hear arguments in Uber and Lyft’s fight to keep classifying drivers as ICs; a Postmates driver sues over status; and exotic dancers prevail in misclassification fight.

Lawmakers seek longer comment period on DOL’s IC rule

|October 14th, 2020|

Senators and attorneys general from 21 states plus District of Columbia criticized the agency for only providing 30 days for public input on its proposed rule.

H1-B roundup: Judge blocks Trump work visa orders; DOL reforms pay methodology

|October 7th, 2020|

A US district judge ruled the president does not have the authority to cast aside immigration laws; the DOL issued an interim final rule reforming the prevailing wage methodology used in several foreign worker programs.